Nowhere near as good as the 1st EP, but still worth your while. Their targets aren't as tightly focused as last time--nothing like the urgency of "Give Me The Cure," the preveous record's plea from the point of view of a person with AIDS. A live show is not to be missed.
Every review I've seen could be summed up, "It's bad. Don't buy it." I'd have to concur. Not even funny, just stupid.
Unique dual-cassette packaging. Male & female vocals that I'm not going to compare to John & Exene. Their "Ode to TVBC" kicks ass all over Sci-Fi Westen's take on the same subject. And as a bonus, you may pick up some tips on finance from the Royal Society of Lichtenstein. [members of this band are in Mickey Finn as of 1995]
Five songs from a band that ought to sound like Scratch Acid and ends up like Rapeman. If David Yow wants to put a blockbuster up someone's ass, maybe he should look closer to home. I love the music, but lyrically the grunge genre needs some ideas besides this macho phobia of everything--I don't care if it's real or fake.